Brief - Power, Politics and Coalitions in the Pacific: Lessons from Collective Action on Gender and Power
Gillian Fletcher, Tait Brimacombe, Chris Roche
This three-page brief summarises findings from case studies of five gender-focused coalitions in the Pacific, and discusses the implications for coalitions and their supporters.
It highlights four key factors influencing the formation and functioning of the coalitions: formative events; shared purpose; forms of leadership; and the nature of ownership.
One of the lessons that emerges is the importance of safe spaces in which coalition members and others can discuss and reframe attitudes and beliefs, often by sharing personal stories.
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